Instagram @ soldat.pro
military experts
EnglishРусский
 Edit Translation

SOHR: Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria inflicted more 40 strikes on the positions of ISIS fighters per day

SOHR: Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria inflicted more 40 strikes on the positions of ISIS fighters per day
Several sections of the territory remain on the territory of Syria, which continue to be controlled by the terrorist group ISIS (*"Islamic State" - a terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation). These are mainly desert areas, located in provinces such as Raqqa, Deir Ezzor Enormous, everyone, Homs and Aleppo. The greatest danger is posed by militants in controlled areas in the area of ​​As-Sukhna settlements (east of the province of Homs) and Wadi Abu (province of Hama). ISIS members threaten Syrian Palmyra from these territories, as well as oil fields in the east of the country.

Today the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reports massive strikes, inflicted by the Russian Aerospace Forces by territories, controlled by ISIS.

According to this structure, Russian military aircraft inflicted more 40 attacks on terrorist positions and infrastructure in several provinces per day.

SOHR: Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria inflicted more 40 strikes on the positions of ISIS fighters per day
ISIS zones of control are marked in gray *

The largest number of airstrikes against ISIS terrorists * occurred southeast of Abu Tabat in Raqqa province.

celebrated, that this operation is being carried out by the Russian Aerospace Forces after, How ISIS * fighters raided Syrian government forces. As a result of this sortie, the SAA suffered losses - at least eight soldiers of the Syrian army were killed in the east of the country., yet 11 wounded. The militants intended to inflict several more strikes on the SAA in Raqqa, Hame and Homs, but the Russian military aviation clearly crumpled all the plans of the militants.

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation at the moment does not comment on the information SOHR.

A source